I live in a mostly flat urban area (southern Arizona) and I was wondering if anyone else in a similar setting has as much trouble finding the glide sweet-spot on the accelerator as I do. I think I've accomplished it once or twice on slight downhill inclines, but mostly I've felt my eyes were leaving the road and flicking down to the energy monitor too often to make it worth while. I have since developed an alternative to the pulse and glide, which I just call the pulse and single-bar. After pulsing up to cruising speed, I drop it down and try to stay at a single green bar on the power output meter instead. I know it's not as efficient as gliding, but my eyes can stay on the road longer, it's easier to find with my foot and I still am getting 50.2 mpg. If there's a secret to gliding specific to the v that I'm missing, I'm all ears, especially if it's getting you better mileage.